International School History - European Schools - S5

 
S5 History Last update - 08 May 2015 Official European School History 4-5 Syllabus: English, French, German.
Unit 6 - Nationalism in the 19th Century
Key Questions Lessons Additional resources and external links
What is a nation? Worksheet and PowerPoint form the lesson.
 
Flow of History website on the age of nationalism.

 

K. Clark's classic Civilisation television documentary series examines the impact of Romanticism
   
IB History of Europe Course Companion pages 65-70

See Wikipedia on Romantic Nationalism.

 

How did the geo-political map of Europe change between 1815 and 1871? And why? Worksheet that examines the three causes of the changing map of Europe in the 19th century: industrial revolution, nationalism and war.

Worksheet on the three causes.

 

A presentation on the 1830 and 1848 revolutions

What was the impact of the French revolution and Napoleon on the development of nationalism up to 1815? Information sheet. It is important that you refer back to the work on Napoleon when revising this topic.

Brooman - Revolution in France 67-71, and video shown in the lesson. Colour map of Napoleon's Europe, blank map of Europe to be completed and summary table of changes in Europe to be filled in.

PowerPoint from the lesson.

Also on the legacy of Napoleon, worksheet from the lesson.

How did Greece become independent? Worksheet

 

 
Why did the 1830 revolutions succeed in some parts of Europe and fail in others? Worksheet
Flow of History website on the age of revolution.

 

Did the 'Springtime of the Peoples' in 1848 achieve anything? Worksheet and map diagram to complete.
IB History of Europe Course Companion pages 72-5

 

How was Italy created? Worksheet and PowerPoint as seen in the lesson.
IB History of Europe Course Companion pages 77-93

Extended version of worksheet text.

Flow of History website on Italian Unification.

This good PowerPoint is recommended.

 

How was Germany created? Worksheet and PowerPoint as seen in the lesson.
IB History of Europe Course Companion pages 94-108

Extended version of worksheet text.

Flow of History website on German Unification

 

How did the geo-political map of Europe change between 1815 and 1871? And why? Revision 'card' diagram to complete either as A3 (given in class) or electronic A4.
Eugene Weber's brilliant illustrated lectures cover Romanticism and the rise of the nation state.

 

What should I revise for the end of year exam? Revision advice.
Revision quizzes  on Industrial Revolution and
19th Century Nationalism

 

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